What I’m Reading – The Week of March 24th

Below are some of the most intriguing, thought-provoking and actionable performance-related content pieces I read, watched or listened to this week.

  • Why Second Chances Are Important

My whole life is a second chance. People need (and usually deserve) second chances because often the first version of themselves they put out into the world is not even close to the finished product they’ll want everyone to see them as.


  • Getting Busy on the Proof

We tend to equate or at least connect intelligence and rational thinking. However, that does not appear to be the case in actual assessments of intelligence and cognitive bias. Intelligent people can and do believe crazy things. It is highly likely that you and I believe crazy things.”


  • What The Hell Is Going On?

“A snapshot of our current place in history related to commerce, education, information scarcity and politics.”


  • Overcoming Your Demons

Morgan’s struggle with stuttering and his public-facing career. 


  • What Is Amazon?

An amazingly detailed essay on Amazon, Walmart and retail.


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